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The full colonial experience

1 Beach Rd T: 6337 1886 F: 6339 7650   singapore@raffles.com
http://www.raffles.com/singapore/

Raffles Hotel

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Raffles may be the iconic Singapore hotel, but its room rates warrant a special occasion. Every room is a suite with a bedroom and parlour decked out with period furnishings and oriental carpets. Personality suites evoke memories of the hotel’s famous guests like Somerset Maugham and Rudyard Kipling with old photos and memorabilia. Guest quarters are kept separate from the touristy areas of the hotel and there’s a secluded rooftop pool and garden. If there’s anything missing to complete your colonial experience simply ring the butler!

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Walk-in rates at Raffles Hotel

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Type of room, low and high season prices
Deluxe Suite
S$650
S$1,200
Room: Deluxe Suite, low season: S$650, high season S$1,200. Notes:

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Where is Raffles Hotel

Raffles Hotel
1 Beach Rd
T: 6337 1886 F: 6339 7650  
singapore@raffles.com
http://www.raffles.com/singapore/
Coordinates (for GPS): 103º51'16.96" E, 1º17'40.8" N
Room rates: over S$300

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